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Digital Criminals are an Alt. Rock band from Pontypool, South Wales (UK) that never fail to deliver a high energy show! Founded in 2015 by Emily Bates (Vocals) and Dan Fry (Guitar), the band evolved from a studio project with the addition of James Hardwick (Bass) and Jade Ball (Drums). After a fantastic year of 48 gigs in 2017, supporting the likes of Senser, The Courtesans, Buffalo Summer, local heroes Florence Black; taking part in a 12 date Women of Rock tour across the UK; breaking London for the first time; performing at Merthyr Rising, The Globe, The Muni; releasing their 2nd EP Bury Your Head; filming and recording their 3rd video for Move It and receiving an amazing response from the media around the world...well it certainly was a rollercoaster of a ride! 2018 looks set to be even more exciting and the pace has not dropped! Currently rehearsing and recording the tracks for the 3rd EP due for release in early April. The band are still managing to sneak in a few choice gigs before their UK Tour. First up they will be supporting Hed (PE) in Swansea on 16 Jan and Kane’d the following month in Aberdare on 17 Feb. A showcase at The Fleece in Bristol at the end of Jan, a couple of other gigs in between at The Dolls House and New Crown Inn...do they ever rest up? NO!! More shows to promote the EP will be announced soon, with a full 10 date tour....and with some festival appearances lined up already....this is going to be a HELL of a year too!! Join us on the journey, tell you friends and MOVE IT!!!! "Criminal’s talent seems to really lie in writing catchy hooks that the audience were able to mime back after hearing them once. It only took a couple songs for the crowd to pack into the pit area and by the time they launched into their closing track, ‘Dark Days’, the audience were completely sold." - Review by Stew Hume - (Afterdark Magazine) ______________________ "Digital Criminals have taken the electro-sexy parts of the Nine Inch Nails canon, mixed them with the hugely accessible gang backing vocals of Thirty Seconds To Mars' 'This Is War’, and with the addition of a nu-metal guitar bite, fashioned the most exciting product to come out of South Wales for quite some time.” - Gaz Tidey - (Uber Rock Magazine) _______________________ “Where Is Your God is a stand out track with a grungy feel. At this point you know what Digital Criminals are capable of delivering and this one really catches you off guard.” - Review by Adrian Ball - (Rock Chic Blog)